Omni Air International, specializing in worldwide passenger charter flights, has a new style of travel for those who want to indulge their premium clients or groups with “180 degrees of 360 luxury” — a reference to its lie-flat seating options and top-tier amenities. The Tulsa, OK-based airline charter service is a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Transport Services Group, purported to be the world’s largest owner and operator of converted Boeing 767 freighter aircraft.
The Omni Class cabin configuration on the Boeing 767 offers a preferred two-one-two-across layout, providing every passenger with a greater degree of privacy and service than the airline’s other travel classes. Flight cabins are equipped with the latest entertainment options, LED mood lighting, and powered seating that transforms each seat into a 180-degree full-flat bed at the touch of a button.
“Omni Class is the most significant advancement in passenger comfort in our 28-year history,” said Jeff Crippen, president and chief executive officer of Omni.
Omni Class employs multiple stand-alone throne seats, including the B/E Aerospace Diamond seat for the Boeing 767 and the Thompson Vantage seat for the Boeing 777, which can be dressed in fine linens, duvet, and large pillow for more comfortable sleeping. They feature in-seat power, ample personal storage space, and an oversized tray table to accommodate a multi-course gourmet meal. Safran/Zodiac RAVE ZII entertainment systems equipped with 15.6-inch HD screens give passengers access to the latest theatrical releases, games and music.
Omni Class is now available on select aircraft.